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Høyanger

Høyangerbadet

Høyangerbadet Photo: Høyangerbadet
Høyangerbadet Photo: Høyangerbadet

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Go and see the new Høyanger pool!

Big indoor pool with water slides, special therapy pool, pool for small children, sauna and a small café. Outdoor pool.

Daily buses from Balestrand except Saturdays and Sundays.

Departure from Balestrand: 10.20, 16.15 or 17.35

Departure from Høyanger: 12.25, 15.05, 17.25 or 20.30

The bus drive takes 45 minutes

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Høyangerbadet

Go and see the new Høyanger pool! Big indoor pool with water slides, special therapy pool, pool for small children, sauna and a small café. Outdoor po...

Høyangerbadet

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